Proceedings of the Wesley Historical Society now on-line

I am now able to tell you all about the project I have been working since the beginning of January. The Proceedings of the Wesley Historical Society, which will be of great interest to anyone studying the Wesleys, Methodism and modern Church History are now available in PDF for free open access from Volume 1 (1897) to Volume 55 (2006) here. They complement the Tranactions of the Baptist Historical Society / Baptist Quarterly digitised and uploaded to the site last year.

I currently have two more major digitisation projects in hand, for which I am awaiting official permission to proceed. It looks like being a very busy year.

Foundations Journal now on-line

Foundations, formerly the Journal of the British Evangelical Council, is now on-line in PDF format. Affinity (the new name for the B.E.C.) host the journal on their website. It was great to work with Matthew Evans from Affinity to digitise this series. I would also like to thank the librarians of Redcliffe College and Spurgeon’s College for their kind assistance in providing original copies for scanning..

TSF Bulletin Digitisation Project Begins

The Theological Students’ Fellowship Bulletin ran between 1951 and 1975 when it became Themelios. It was aimed at strengthening the faith of theological students in the UK  As you can see from the Table of Contents many of the contributors are well-known for their contributions to Biblical Scholarship. In order that this work is not lost I am commencing the digitisation of the series and will be seeking permission from the copyright holders (which would be the authors, or their executors if deceased, in most cases) in due course with the aim of getting as much as possible on-line. I already have permission from a number of the authors, but if you know any of the contributors personally please encourage them to contact me.